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To French prelates, Pope reiterates bishops’ prerogatives on Latin Mass

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The presidency of the French bishops was received in audience by Pope Francis for about 30 minutes on April 21, 2022. They discussed, among other things, the follow-up to the French report on sexual abuse in the Church, as well as the elections debates underway before Sunday’s presidential election.

The Holy Father also discussed with the bishops the application of his norms on the Latin Mass, spelled out in his Motu proprio Traditionis Custodes.

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